If you are experiencing Tesla Wi-Fi connectivity issues, don’t worry, there are a few reasons why your Tesla WiFi Not Working.
In this blog post, we will go over some of the most common solutions to help you get your Tesla connected to Wi-Fi.
1. Check Your Wi-Fi Settings
The first step to troubleshooting Tesla Wi-Fi issues is to check your Wi-Fi settings. Go to the “Wi-Fi” section in your Tesla’s control screen and make sure your network is selected. If your network is not showing up, try refreshing the list by swiping down.
If your network is showing up but you can’t connect, make sure you are entering the correct password.
Also, check to see if your network is using a special character or space in the name. If so, try renaming your network to exclude these special characters.
2. Restart Your Tesla’s Controls Screen
If your Wi-Fi settings are correct and you still can’t connect, try restarting your Tesla’s controls screen.
To do this, hold down the two scroll buttons on either side of the screen for about 10 seconds until the Tesla logo appears. This will restart the controls screen and may resolve the connectivity issue.
3. Reset Your Wi-Fi Connection
If the above steps don’t work, try resetting your Wi-Fi connection. First, forget your current Wi-Fi network by selecting it and then tapping “Forget.” Then, try reconnecting to your network by selecting it again and entering your password.
If you are still having issues, try resetting your home network by unplugging your router for a few seconds and then plugging it back in. This can sometimes resolve connectivity issues.
4. Check Tesla Wi-Fi Antenna and LED Lights
One possible cause of Wi-Fi connectivity issues in your Tesla is a problem with the Wi-Fi antenna or LED lights.
The Wi-Fi antenna is located on the back of the car near the rearview camera, and the LED lights on the antenna indicate the strength of the Wi-Fi signal.
If you notice that the LED lights on the Wi-Fi antenna are red or not lit at all, this may indicate a problem with the antenna.
In this case, you may need to have the antenna replaced by a Tesla service center.
5. Check Tesla Wi-Fi Firmware and Software Updates
Another possible cause of Wi-Fi connectivity issues in your Tesla is outdated firmware or software.
Tesla regularly releases firmware and software updates to improve the performance and reliability of their vehicles, including Wi-Fi connectivity.
To ensure that your Tesla is running the latest firmware and software, you can check for updates in your car’s settings menu. If an update is available, be sure to install it to improve your Wi-Fi connectivity.
6. Other Considerations
If you are using a VPN connection, make sure it is not blocking port 1194, which is used by Tesla’s UDP VPN connection.
Additionally, check your DHCP server to make sure it is assigning a valid IP address to your Tesla. You can also check your signal strength to make sure it is strong enough for a stable connection.
Finally, make sure your network’s security settings are not blocking your Tesla’s MAC address. You can check this in your router’s settings.
By following these troubleshooting steps, you should be able to resolve most Tesla Wi-Fi connectivity issues.